Tan Wool Coat with Leopard Print Pants
"In my deepest, darkest moments, what really got me through was a prayer. Sometimes my prayer was 'Help me.' Sometimes a prayer was 'Thank you.' What I've discovered is that intimate connection and communication with my creator will always get me through because I know my support, my help, is just a prayer away." - Iyanla Vanzant
I know some of you have been checking out my blog and there hasn't been any new content as of late, I apologize! The past few weeks were very stressful for me; when one is stressed out, it's quite hard to find inspiration to share with others when you need to be focused on encouraging yourself in the moment.
Have you ever been in a situation where you knew that if things did not go work out, you'd be eternally screwed? Okay maybe not eternally but you get my point. There are times when all you have to do is give it your best and let God do the rest. Prayer is the most powerful tool that we have available to us and it works.
The past few weeks have taught me that no prayer is ever too dumb for us to ask of God just like no question is ever too dumb for a student to ask his/her teacher. I have learnt that when we pray, we have to be very specific about the things that we are praying for. I have also formed a habit of writing down my prayers so I never forget; when I look back, I can be able to praise God for all the prayers that he has answered right away or those that he has said 'not yet'.
Photo GalleryI bought these leopard print pants from Zara a few months back and I paired them with a black lace bodysuit and tan wool coat. This past winter, I invested in a several coats and boots but we didn’t have much of a winter (thank God!). Now is actually the best time to purchase winter stuff as most items would be on sale…as many times as I tell myself to buy them, I’ve never done it. There’s nothing exciting about buying winter stuff that you won’t be able to wear until October, when you could be buying more colorful clothes for the spring.
Until next time, stay blessed!